Weldborough Camping Ground offers camping sites inland from St Helens in north-east Tasmania.
Offereing both powered and non-powered sites the camping ground is adjacent to the Weldborough Hotel that offers the coldest of beer and hearty home-cooked meals in a friendly old-fashioned atmosphere. Weldborough was once a booming mining town with a large population of Chinese miners. The hotel has displays of photographs and memorabilia from the pioneer days of tin mining.
Weldborough is in the mountainous hinterland of the east coast, on the A3 Highway between St Helens and Scottsdale. It is surrounded by rainforest with blackwoods, myrtles, sassafras trees and tall tree ferns. Nearby you can visit and fossick at the Mt Paris Dam, built by hand and wheelbarrow in the 1930s or Ma Mon Chin Dam once the Laffa Tin Mine, and renamed in memory of the celestial leader of the Chinese miners of this area. Weldborough is approximately 90-minutes (123 kilometres/76 miles) drive from Launceston.